Recently MVC Turbine has had a lot attention, so I wanted to take the time to say “Thank You!” to those of you that have help promote it, use it, provided feed or giving it a look.


In particular I wanted to say a HUGE THANKS to Hugo Bonacci (@hugoware) for donating his artistic talent and creating these awesome logos for the project. Thanks for putting up with my many draft changes and requests. The logos are awesome and I thank you for providing such a great asset to the project!



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Development Team

Also, I wanted to list out a set of links to blog posts by my self and fellow MVC Turbine member, Darren Cauthon. Darren has provided a lot of great feedback, code and samples which makes the project a lot better.  Thank you Darren for your efforts!

Here are the links from Darren that showcase the extensibility that MVC Turbine provides to applications:

Also, here’s a list of some of the other extension projects that Darren is currently working on:


If you’re an audio learner instead of a visual one, then check out these podcasts in which, yours truly, talks about both ASP.NET MVC and MVC Turbine:

Future Plans

The plan of attack by the dev team is to provide better documentation as well as blog more about examples on ways to use Turbine to extend and power your applications (similar to what Darren is already doing). We want to make the portal site, more than just a redirection to the CodePlex site.  At the same time, we want to roll in bug fixes, fluent registration features and MEF support into v2.2, so check out the GitHub repository for these changes.  Lastly, you can also download the MVC Turbine Project Templates for Visual Studio 2010 from the Visual Studio Gallery.

In Closing

Again, I want to say thank you for taking the time to check out the project and for all the help all you have provided. If you’re interested in helping out, reach out to me either via this blog or start a comment thread out in the Google Group.

Happy Coding!